Daniel takes instructions in a wide range of personal injury and civil matters including fast track trials, Stage 3 and Disposal Hearings, interlocutory hearings, small claims and costs and case management conferences.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Daniel worked as a Dispute Resolution Paralegal for a leading commercial law firm based in Manchester. Here, he handled his own caseload and assisted senior practitioners in a range of complex commercial disputes.
He completed his undergraduate education at Newcastle University, graduating with a First Class degree in Law. During his time at university, Daniel represented Newcastle University at a national level in mooting and won the English Speaking Union-Essex Court Chambers national mooting competition.
Daniel completed the BPTC as part of a Master’s degree in law at BPP University. He received two scholarships to study this course. He was graded Outstanding on the BPTC and received a Distinction in his Masters overall.
Daniel commenced pupillage in October 2020 under the supervision of Kane Simons.
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple – Godfrey Heilpern Memorial Scholarship
BPP University – Excellence Scholarship